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  • Vito Corleone
  • Vito Corleone
  • Vito Corleone
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  • Don Vito Corleone, né Vito Andolini, was the founder and former head of the Corleone family.
  • Vito Corleone (*7. Dezember 1891 in Corleone als Vito Andolini †14. August 1955 in New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Geschäftsmann und Oberhaupt der bekannten Corleone-Familie.
  • Antonio "Vito Corleone" Andolini Jr. is the main protagonist of the second Mafia video game, Mafia II. He is an up-and-coming gangster in the New York City's criminal underworld, who became a made member in the Falcone Family and in his older years, he become a Don of his own family in the France City.
  • Don Vito Corleone is a major character and the titular character from The Godfather novel and films although he appears more prominently in the first installment and in some recurring flashbacks in the second. Vito was the first head of the Corleone Family and he was a senior Mafia don and a wealthy Olive oil business owner. In the 1972 film adaptation, He was portrayed by the late legendary , who later won the Oscar for his performance, and would later go on to play Walter E. Kurtz. In , He was portrayed by the legendary who also portrayed Travis Bickle and Jimmy Conway.
  • Don Vito Corleone è il fondatore della famiglia Corleone, nonché membro della commissione. E' il marito di Carmela e padre di Santino, Fredo, Michael e Connie.
  • Originally born Vito Andolini in Corleone, Sicily in 1892. Vito had a rough childhood, in 1901 Vito's father was murdered by Don Ciccio, and his older brother murdered at his father's funeral. His mother worried that Vito would be next, she went to plead to Ciccio to spare him. Ciccio refused, and Vito mother held a knife to his throat and screaming at Vito to escape. Vito managed to escape to New York. He dies at the end of the original film from 1972. In the game, the scene is not shown.
  • Vito Andolini Corleone (born Vito Andolini in Corleone, Province of Palermo, Sicily, Italy) is a fictional character in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather and in Francis Ford Coppola's first two films, where he was portrayed by Marlon Brando in The Godfather and, as a young man, by Robert De Niro in The Godfather Part II. Vito Corleone appears more prominently in the first movie, in wich he is portrayed by the acclaimed, late and great actor Marlon Brando, he also appears in the second movie in flashbacks as a young man (portrayed by the academy award winning Robert De Niro.)
  • Vito Andolini Corleone (December 7, 1891 - July 29, 1955) is a fictional character in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather, as well as Francis Ford Coppola's trilogy of films based on it. In the first film, Don Vito Corleone was portrayed by Marlon Brando. He was portrayed as a younger man in The Godfather Part II by Robert DeNiro. Both performances won Academy Awards, making the Don the only person, real or imaginary, to be the subject of two Oscar-winning performances. Though composed of characteristics of many gangsters, the Vito Corleone character is based largely on those of Frank Costello and Carlo Gambino. Like Costello, Vito has a raspy voice, has politicians and judges on his payroll, and has many gambling interests. Like Gambino, Vito is very cunning.In Puzo's novel, Vito is the head
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Movies
  • The Godfather
padrinouno
  • Si
padrinotre
  • No
siciliano
  • No
vendettapadrino
  • No
ritornopadrino
  • No
premi
  • --01-12
padrinodue
  • Si
padrinolibro
  • Si
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type of villain
  • Mobster, Crime Lord
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Birthplace
  • San Marino, Italy
Goals
  • *Maintain the Corleone Family's control over the criminal underworld *Allow his children to succeed in the legitimate world *Groom Michael Corleone to replace him .
  • Take over France, kill the other rival families, watch his family retiring from the mob life, succsessfully retire and live in peace
Games
  • Mafia II, The Godfather Games
Birth Date
  • 1950-07-19
Portrayer
  • *Marlon Brando
  • *Oreste Baldini
  • *Robert De Niro
Eyes
  • Brown
  • Marroni
Origin
  • Mario Puzo's The Godfather
Skills
  • *Criminal skills *Business entrepreneurship *Negotiation *Vast personal wealth and criminal resources *Controlling over New York's criminal underworld *Considerable influence with the other Mafia families *Charisma *Manipulation *High Intelligence
Age
  • 61
Status
  • Deceased
Hair
  • Castano scuro, Grigi
  • Dark-brown, grey
Name
  • Vito Corleone
  • Vito Corleone
Ethnicity
  • White
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Aliases
  • Vito, Tito, Rito, kid, old fart, old man, Don Corleone, Boss, papa, The Godfather, traitor, Italian, Vittorio, gangster of France City, grandpa, s-face, Vitya
Weight
  • 82.0
Alias
  • *Don Vito Corleone *Don Corleone *Vito Corleone *Don Vito *Godfather
Hobby
  • Spending time with his family
liveactor
  • Marlon Brando
Height
  • 6
Title
  • Don
  • Don of the Corleone crime family
  • Consigliere of the Corleone crime family
death date
  • 2011-07-29
Cartoons
  • None
Before
Died
  • --07-29
Years
  • 1920
  • 1954
After
Affiliations
Occupation
  • Don of Corleone Family, former mobster of Marina and Falcone family
  • *Head of the Corleone Family *Senior Mafia Don *Owner of Genco Olive Oil
Family
  • Corleone
  • Antonio Andolini Sr. , Signora Corleone , Carmela Corleone , Fredo Corleone , Santino Corleone , Michael Corleone , Connie Corleone , Oliver Corleone , Johnny Corleone , Nicky Corleone , Frankie Malone , Marty Malone , Sal Tessio
Fullname
  • Vito Corleone
VoiceActor
  • Richard Pasqualone, Douglas Abrahams
Gender
  • Maschile
Born
  • 1887-04-29
  • --12-07
RealName
  • Antonio Andolini Jr.
Nationality
  • 22
Size
  • 250
causeofdeath/incarceration
  • Shot by Walter Manetti and Willie Sissy while sitting on the chair
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  • Vito Andolini Corleone (born Vito Andolini in Corleone, Province of Palermo, Sicily, Italy) is a fictional character in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather and in Francis Ford Coppola's first two films, where he was portrayed by Marlon Brando in The Godfather and, as a young man, by Robert De Niro in The Godfather Part II. Vito Corleone appears more prominently in the first movie, in wich he is portrayed by the acclaimed, late and great actor Marlon Brando, he also appears in the second movie in flashbacks as a young man (portrayed by the academy award winning Robert De Niro.) Vito Corleone is considered the main protagonist behind the first Godfather novel and film, behind his son Michael Corleone, who is the Main protagonist of The Godfather franchise. Premiere Magazine listed Vito Corleone as the greatest film character in history.[1] He was also selected as the 10th greatest film character by Empire.[2]
  • Originally born Vito Andolini in Corleone, Sicily in 1892. Vito had a rough childhood, in 1901 Vito's father was murdered by Don Ciccio, and his older brother murdered at his father's funeral. His mother worried that Vito would be next, she went to plead to Ciccio to spare him. Ciccio refused, and Vito mother held a knife to his throat and screaming at Vito to escape. Vito managed to escape to New York. He then founded la Famiglia Corleone (Corleone's Family), an Italian Mafia organization. He is married to Carmella Corleone, also known as Mama Corleone and is the father of: Santino (Sonny), Fredo, Michael, and Connie. His consiglieri is an adoptive son, Tom Hagen. There has been a few assassination attempts upon Vito, but they never proved to be successful. He dies at the end of the original film from 1972. In the game, the scene is not shown.
  • Don Vito Corleone, né Vito Andolini, was the founder and former head of the Corleone family.
  • Vito Corleone (*7. Dezember 1891 in Corleone als Vito Andolini †14. August 1955 in New York) war ein US-amerikanischer Geschäftsmann und Oberhaupt der bekannten Corleone-Familie.
  • Antonio "Vito Corleone" Andolini Jr. is the main protagonist of the second Mafia video game, Mafia II. He is an up-and-coming gangster in the New York City's criminal underworld, who became a made member in the Falcone Family and in his older years, he become a Don of his own family in the France City.
  • Don Vito Corleone is a major character and the titular character from The Godfather novel and films although he appears more prominently in the first installment and in some recurring flashbacks in the second. Vito was the first head of the Corleone Family and he was a senior Mafia don and a wealthy Olive oil business owner. In the 1972 film adaptation, He was portrayed by the late legendary , who later won the Oscar for his performance, and would later go on to play Walter E. Kurtz. In , He was portrayed by the legendary who also portrayed Travis Bickle and Jimmy Conway.
  • Don Vito Corleone è il fondatore della famiglia Corleone, nonché membro della commissione. E' il marito di Carmela e padre di Santino, Fredo, Michael e Connie.
  • Vito Andolini Corleone (December 7, 1891 - July 29, 1955) is a fictional character in Mario Puzo's novel The Godfather, as well as Francis Ford Coppola's trilogy of films based on it. In the first film, Don Vito Corleone was portrayed by Marlon Brando. He was portrayed as a younger man in The Godfather Part II by Robert DeNiro. Both performances won Academy Awards, making the Don the only person, real or imaginary, to be the subject of two Oscar-winning performances. Though composed of characteristics of many gangsters, the Vito Corleone character is based largely on those of Frank Costello and Carlo Gambino. Like Costello, Vito has a raspy voice, has politicians and judges on his payroll, and has many gambling interests. Like Gambino, Vito is very cunning.In Puzo's novel, Vito is the head of the Corleone crime family, the most powerful Mafia family in the New York City area if not the country. He is depicted as an ambitious Italian immigrant who moves to Hell's Kitchen and builds a Mafia empire, yet retains (and strictly adheres to) his own personal code of honor. His youngest son, Michael Corleone, becomes the Don upon his death at the end of the novel. He has two other sons, Santino "Sonny" Corleone and Fredo Corleone, and a daughter, Connie Corleone, all of whom play major roles in the story. He also informally adopted another son, Tom Hagen, who grew up to become the Family's consigliere. In the chronology of the Godfather saga, Vito first appears in 1901 as a young boy in the small Sicilian town of Corleone. As documented in the novel (and in Godfather Part II), his father, Antonio Andolini, is murdered by the local Mafia boss, Don Ciccio, because he refused to pay tribute to him. His older brother, Paolo, swears revenge, but is himself murdered soon after. Eventually, Ciccio's henchmen come to the residence of the Andolinis to take Vito away and have him killed. Desperate, Signora Andolini takes her son to see the mafia chieftain herself.
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